Looking for pharma networking connections? That’s what we do – look at these resources:

:: Getting Started with Social Networking. A brief e-book (free download) on how to start making effective use of social networking sites and approaches. Step-by-step practical guide with loads of links to additional resources.

:: Impactiviti Connection (semi-weekly e-newsletter) – free newsletter with news, resources, and links (plus some fun stuff) for pharma marketing/sales/training/communications professionals. Subscribe here. View sample here.

:: Impact Life Sciences Sales/Training/Marketing private LinkedIn Community (currently employed life sciences professionals: membership by approval – no vendors/recruiters)

:: Impactiviti Talent Network (downsized pharma professionals seeking new roles: membership by approval – no vendors/recruiters)

:: ProActiv Life Sciences Vendor/Contractor private LinkedIn community (membership by approval)

:: Jon Richman has pulled together a comprehensive Pharma/Healthcare Social Media Wiki on his Dose of Digital blog with a number of links to pharma/healthcare-related social media people and initiatives . Superb resource!

Contact Impactiviti for Social Media 101 workshops for pharma companies and agencies!


Healthcare people and companies active in social networking on Twitter – links lead to regularly updated Twitter lists, and to daily-updated on-line “newspapers” drawn from that day’s fresh content shared on Twitter.

::> Pharma folks (list)

::> ePatients (list)

::> Healthcare (list)

::> Corporate (pharma/biotech)

Networking Groups

Social Pharmer community (Ning) group launched by Shwen Gwee. All the cool kids are here…!

John Mack has launched Pharma Marketing Network Forums


Conference Resources

Where’s the Low-Hanging Fruit in Pharma Social Media? (graphic)

Why is J&J leading the pack in pharma social media? Read this interesting interview with Marc Monseau.

Examples of Social Media in Pharma – nice overview of current efforts, assembled by Zoe Elliott.

Podcast (BlogTalkRadio): Paul Chaney interviews Steve Woodruff on the topic of Pharma and Social Media.

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